Explore Poems GO!

Black And White Birds

Rating: 5.0
Magpie, mudlark, currawong
Wake her with their garrulous warbling song
As sunlight through the branches illuminates the dawn,
They boldly sing their joyful praise to greet another morn.
She sees them, from the hillside to the valley floor in flight
And spies them in the eucalypts, tiny specks of black and white,
For they are black as darkest coal, black as the midnight sky
And they are whiter than a cloud, or snowflakes drifting by

Magpie, mudlark, currawong,
If life was ever true, ‘twas never long.
Read More
READ THIS POEM IN OTHER LANGUAGES
COMMENTS
Valerie Dohren 25 April 2012
A very beautiful poem, enjoyed the read.
0 0 Reply
Robert Leary 24 April 2012
You write well...enjoying your poems
0 0 Reply
Robert Leary 24 April 2012
Enjoying your poems...you write well. RL
0 0 Reply

Delivering Poems Around The World

Poems are the property of their respective owners. All information has been reproduced here for educational and informational purposes to benefit site visitors, and is provided at no charge...

6/24/2021 10:44:22 AM # 1.0.0.634